It's creepy... it's crawly... it's time for Halloween gift ideas!
Once upon a time, I found myself less than interested in Halloween. What a sad thing that was... I guess I'd grown out of the whole trick-or-treating thing and I just couldn't see the magic anymore.
What turned it around for me? Taking the time to get into the Spirit of Halloween through crafts and teats made with imagination.
Having my own kids may have helped too... (wink, wink)
These days I look forward to Halloween. I can't wait to ask my kids what themes they want to focus on each year.
Halloween is a great excuse to rev up your imagination with homemade decorations and extremely CREATIVE homemade Halloween treats.
Below you'll find a few of the things I've made for homemade Halloween gifts...
Halloween Gift Baskets are a fun way to get creative... and they don't have to cost much. The first thing I do is run to the dollar store to pick up a few festive Halloween treats, some glow sticks and toy creepy crawlies.
I've include several suggestions for your Halloween gift baskets and categorized them into Halloween themes...
Trick-or-Treating Kit, Dress-up Fun, Halloween Baking, Halloween Party fun, etc.
Try making Halloween gift basket for your kids, grandchildren, friends, teachers or co-workers!
These no-sew creepy crawly cuties are so much fun to make and for under a dollar a piece!
No-sew sock spiders make a great:
IMO - they also make a funny gift to give to your favorite spider-fearing friend (just don't tell them I gave you the idea!)
Caramel popcorn is always a hit when it comes to homemade Halloween treats and homemade gift bags, but this Halloween caramel popcorn recipe is extra special!
Check out the festive colors and be prepared to enjoy a bit of sweet and salty goodness.
You may also like to make Original Caramel Popcorn... you can package up a few individual servings of this crunchy caramel popcorn with plastic spiders, printable Halloween gift tags and creepy bugs. Give them to friends, teachers and co-workers or simply add them to your party buffet.
Here's a creative Halloween party bag idea you can use with that great big stack of paper lunch sacks in the cupboard. Make just one bag to hold a special creepy homemade Halloween gift or make several to give for Halloween party grab bags.
The window can be left clear like the one shown here or it can hold a spooky surprise like the fake cockroaches I had this year (check out my surprise cockroaches on the Unique Halloween Party Bag page.